Sustainable Supply Chain

The Supply Chain at the heart of the environmental and societal transformation: to make our clients understand and respond concretely to the challenges of sustainable development.

Citwell, accélérateur de transformation

Your problems

    • The world is increasingly volatile and uncertain, and the supply chain is becoming increasingly complex.
    • Companies are required to secure their material and financial flows while improving their flexibility and
    • The reduction of non-quality costs has a direct impact on the company’s turnover (estimated at 5%, AFNOR).
    • ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) criteria are considered by many investors and CEOs as additional and essential factors in determining the risk and long-term value of a company.
    • ESG funds, which are growing strongly, only invest in companies with a high ESG rating.
    • Consumers are increasingly sensitive to sustainable development and are adopting an increasingly eco-responsible mode of consumption.
    • The environmental impact of products and services has an increasing influence on purchasing behavior.
    • The company must adapt to new and constantly evolving and increasingly stringent
    • standards and regulations regarding materials used, emissions and recycling.
    • Financial incentives (subsidies, state aid, etc.) as well as voluntary certifications support companies in their improvement process.
    • New entrants to the labour market tend to place CSR as a criterion for their job searches (around 80%).
    • Internal CSR budgets are growing, and companies are actively communicating about these steps to maintain a positive image

Our convictions

The Supply Chain is an important source of pollution
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• Through its activity, each link in the Supply Chain (purchasing, manufacturing, storage, transport, etc.) has an impact on the environment (CO² emissions, energy consumption, waste production, etc.).
Many options exist to reduce these environmental impacts and make the entire Supply Chain more sustainable and environmentally friendly.
Mentalities must change
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• We have the boot on our foot to act, we must communicate and sensitize the market players to help raise awareness and general mobility.
• We must accompany and train these actors to help them reach sufficient maturity.
Regulatory changes must be anticipated and not suffered
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• Regulations in favour of the energy transition are intensifying and tightening.
• The compliance of the company's activities is accompanied by a profound transformation and a questioning of the existing model that cannot be done without progressive preparation.
All stakeholders are concerned
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• Internally, employees are looking for meaning, consistency and are increasingly sensitive to the concrete actions taken by their employer.
• Externally, customers are waiting for respectful and responsible offers.
• Overall, popular, and social pressure leads to the adoption of new laws.

Our solutions and know-how

  • Awareness/Training of teams

    Carbon footprint, realization, diagnosis of GHG emissions on physical flows
    • Environmental maturity analysis of the chain: purchasing, manufacturing, logistics and transport, reverse logistics, products’ second life
    Benchmarks’ proposal, innovative and sustainable solutions
    • Diagnosis and governance of CSR

  • Flash Diagnosis of Change

    Change management and project management
    • Support for labeling, compliance with standards, extra-financial reporting
    Internal training & Serious games environment oriented

  • Coaching « Change »

    • CSR-oriented logistics and industrial Network Design
    • Consideration of the financial aspect for sustainable design

  • Life Cycle Assessment

    Environmental and social performance of products
    Multi-criteria analysis (climate, air, water, soil, etc.)
    • Identification of levers and an action plan

Your gains

Risk Management
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• Reduction of CO2 /GHG emissions
Environmental Risk Management
Societal Risk Management
Legal Risk Management
• Improved branding
Financial gains
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• Waste reduction
• Energy savings (electricity, water, gas)
Earnings on transport costs (route optimization and filling rates)
• Reduction of the carbon tax
Stakeholders buy-in
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Employee awareness and motivation
Improvement of working conditions
Customer loyalty and attractiveness of partners (financial or service providers)

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Adeline Bret

Supply Chain Expert

Adeline started her career in the industry in operational management positions. With ten years of experience, including two years abroad, she joined the organization and management consulting sector in 2017. <strong>She assists companies in all sectors with their CSR transformation projects, from the design and diagnostic stages to implementation</strong>, including coaching teams through the change.